Professor Gundavaram is co-director of the Immigrant Justice Clinic, where he supervises students in the representation of clients who are seeking various forms of immigration relief before administrative agencies and immigration courts. Professor Gundavaram also teaches Administrative Law and Immigration Law.

Previously, Professor Gundavaram taught in the school’s first-year Legal Skills in Social Context (LSSC) program. As part of the yearlong LSSC program, he supervised clinical projects with nonprofit organizations on a wide variety of immigration legal issues and taught Legal Research and Writing.

Prior to joining Northeastern, Professor Gundavaram taught in the Immigrants’ Rights Clinic at Boston University School of Law. He started his career as a litigation associate at Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo in Boston. After many years at Mintz Levin, he served as a staff attorney at the US Court of Appeals for the First Circuit before transitioning to full-time teaching.

Fields of Expertise

  • Immigration Law
  • Administrative Law
  • Social Justice
  • Legal Research and Writing
  • Litigation and Dispute Resolution

Selected Works

Selected Articles